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New Look For Teppermans’ Windsor Store

Thursday March 28th, 2019, 4:44pm


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Teppermans is celebrating the grand reopening of their Windsor store after rebranding their look and undertaking interior and exterior renovation work.

The 94-year-old, family-owned home furniture, appliance, mattress and electronics retailer celebrated the grand reopening, Thursday morning.

“Throughout the years, we’ve persevered against the Depression and Recessions, a World War, and economic shocks. We rebuilt after fires and continue to learn, improve and grow every day,” said Andrew Tepperman, Tepperman’s President.

Tepperman said strong local demand for home furnishings and changing customer shopping expectations prompted the company’s renovation plans.

The renovated store was designed by store designers Martin Roberts Designs in New York and integrates an enhanced shopping experience, making the in-store atmosphere contemporary and stylish. The renovated store features reworked displays, new signage, large windows to provide natural light, and even includes a refreshment area and an interactive kid’s zone.

Teppermans has five large-format retail stores across Southwestern Ontario and is currently planning to open its sixth Ontario location in Ancaster later this year.

Tepperman’s was founded in 1925 and is operated by the 3rd generation of owners, Andrew and Noah Tepperman.

“It’s a privilege to be part of a Canadian owned and operated family business celebrating such a milestone,” said Tepperman. “As we’ve grown, we’ve never lost sight of our guiding principles and our commitment to the communities where we work and live. We will continue to innovate and inspire our valued customers to make their homes even better.”

The Mayor of Windsor, Drew Dilkens and other local dignitaries, joined members of the family-owned retailer for a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday morning.

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